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SVM Svm Uk Emerging Fund Plc

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Svm Uk Emerging Fund Plc LSE:SVM London Ordinary Share GB0000684174 ORD 5P
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Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Mgmt Invt Offices, Open-end -961k -1.17M -0.1948 -3.36 3.93M

SVM UK Emerging Fund Plc Half-year Report

07/11/2023 10:28am

UK Regulatory


 
TIDMSVM 
 
SVM UK EMERGING FUND PLC 
 
(the "Fund") 
 
HALF YEARLY REPORT 
 
(FOR THE SIX MONTHS TO 30 SEPTEMBER 2023) 
 
A copy of the Half Yearly Report will be available to download from the 
Manager's website at www.svmonline.co.uk and a copy will shortly be available 
for inspection at the National Storage Mechanism at 
https://data.fca.org.uk/#/nsm/nationalstoragemechanism in due course. Copies are 
also available at 7 Castle Street, Edinburgh EH2 3AH, the registered office of 
the Fund. 
 
HIGHLIGHTS 
 
· Over the 6 months to 30 September 2023, net asset value per share fell 4.1% to 
89.21p, while the share price gained 3.1% compared to a return of 0.1% in the 
chosen comparator, the IA UK Companies Sector Average Index. 
 
· Over the five years to 30 September 2023, net asset value per share has fallen 
30.6% and the share price 46.0%, against the comparator index return of +10.0%. 
 
· Medium sized companies lagged the FTSE 100 and smaller companies over the 
period. 
 
· Three portfolio companies attracted takeovers, indicating share prices have 
fallen below underlying business value. 
 
"Long term capital growth from investments in smaller UK companies. Its aim is 
to outperform the IA UK All Companies Sector Average Index on a total return 
basis" 
 
Financial Highlights 
 
Total Return       6 months  3 years  5 Years  10 Years 
Performance to 30 
September 2023 
Net Asset Value    -4.1%     -15.0%   -30.6%   39.7% 
Share Price        3.1%      -4.9%    -46.0%   22.2% 
Comparator Index*  0.1%      26.5%    10.0%    59.5% 
 
* The comparator index for the Fund was changed to the IA UK All Companies 
Sector Average Index from 1 October 2013 prior to which the FTSE AIM Index was 
used. 
 
SVM UK EMERGING FUND plc 
 
Half Yearly Report 2023 
 
CHAIRMAN'S STATEMENT 
 
During the six months to 30 September 2023, net asset value per share fell 4.1% 
to 89.21p, while the share price gained 3.1% compared to a return of 0.1% in the 
chosen comparator, the IA UK Companies Sector Average Index. In the five years 
to 30 September 2023, net asset value per share has fallen 30.6% and the share 
price 46.0%, against the comparator index return of +10.0%. 
 
During the period under review the UK economy continued to grow despite the rise 
in interest rates. There was, however, market concern that the delay in bringing 
UK inflation under control would involve a longer period of tight monetary 
policy, constraining demand. This led to falls in property shares and those in 
consumer sectors. The sectors that performed best reflected mainly those with 
global exposure; information technology, energy, financials and industrials. 
 
The strongest contributions to performance over the period were Dechra 
Pharmaceuticals, 4Imprint Group, Instem, Kooth and Computacenter. Three 
portfolio holdings were taken over; Dechra, Instem and Kape Technologies. Merger 
and acquisition activity may point to recognition that share prices of a number 
of successful British businesses have become attractive to corporate or private 
equity buyers. Negative performers included Watches of Switzerland, Impax Asset 
Management. FDM Group, Jet2 and JD Sports fashion . Sales were made of 
Activeops, Revolution Beauty, Frontier Developments, Avon Protection, Molten 
Ventures, Maxcyte, Genus, Libertine and Impax. The holding in Watches of 
Switzerland was reduced after its prospects were adversely impacted by a change 
in strategy of its main supplier. These sales funded new investments in Melrose 
Industries, JTC, CRH, Intercontinental Hotels, Greggs, Informa and Compass 
Group. Portfolio changes emphasised improved liquidity, growth prospects and 
earnings visibility. 
 
The UK economy has held up better in 2023 than feared. Consumer spending has 
proved resilient, driven by significant excess savings. Amongst international 
investors, the UK continues to be out of favour, with historically low 
valuations of smaller and medium-sized companies. Many UK mid-cap and smaller 
companies now look inexpensive. There is a risk both in the UK and US of 
excessive tightening by central banks, possibly misunderstanding the supply-side 
nature of current inflation. 
 
The portfolio focuses on resilient growing businesses, with low exposure to 
commodities, oils and banks. Portfolio investments are typically scalable 
businesses with a competitive edge. The Fund remains fully invested with minimal 
gearing. 
 
During the period under review, the Manager agreed to waive its management fee, 
with effect from 1st September 2023, reflecting its assessment of the 
implications of Consumer Duty regulation. This will be reviewed if circumstances 
change. The lead portfolio manager of the Fund, Margaret Lawson, retired on 1st 
October 2023 and is succeeded by Colin McLean, previously deputy investment 
manager. The Board thanks Margaret for her enthusiasm and valuable advice. 
 
Peter Dicks 
 
Chairman 
 
3 November 2023 
 
SVM UK EMERGING FUND plc 
 
Half Yearly Report 2023 
 
INVESTMENT OBJECTIVE and POLICY 
 
The investment objective of SVM UK Emerging Fund plc (the "Fund" or the 
"Company") is long term capital growth from investments in medium-sized and 
smaller UK companies. Its aim is to outperform the IA UK All Companies Sector 
Average Index on a total return basis. 
 
The Fund aims to achieve its objective and to diversify risk by investing in 
shares and related instruments, controlled by a number of limits on exposures. 
Appropriate guidelines for the management of the investments, gearing and 
financial instruments have been established by the Board. This is an abridged 
version of the Fund's investment policy.  The full investment policy can be 
found in the Strategic Report within the Fund's latest Annual Report & Accounts. 
 
DIRECTORS' RESPONSIBILITY STATEMENT 
 
The Directors are responsible for preparing the Half Yearly Report in accordance 
with applicable law and regulations. 
 
The Directors confirm that to the best of their knowledge: 
 
(i)                  the condensed set of financial statements have been 
prepared in accordance with the Financial Reporting Council Statement 104 
"Interim Financial Reporting" on a going concern basis, taking in to account 
guidance on Covid-19, and give a true and fair view of the assets, liabilities, 
financial position and gain or loss of the Fund; 
 
(ii)the Half Yearly Report includes a fair review of the information required by 
the Disclosure and Transparency Rules DTR 4.2.7R (an indication of important 
events that have occurred during the first six months of the financial year, and 
their impact on the condensed set of financial statements; and a description of 
the principal risks and uncertainties for the remaining six months of the 
financial year); and DTR 4.2.8R (disclosure of related party transactions and 
changes therein that could have a material effect on the financial position or 
performance of the Fund during the first six months of the current financial 
year). 
 
(iii)No related party transactions have taken place during the first six months 
of the year that have materially affected the financial position of the Fund 
during the period and there have been no changes in the related party 
transactions as described in the Annual Report & Accounts for the year end 31 
March 2023 that could do so. 
 
The Directors consider that the Half Yearly Report, taken as a whole, is fair, 
balanced and understandable and provides the information necessary for 
shareholders to assess the Fund's performance and strategy, 
 
The Half Yearly Report has not been audited or reviewed by the Fund's auditors. 
 
By Order of the Board 
 
Peter Dicks 
 
Chairman 
 
3 November 2023 
 
SVM UK EMERGING FUND plc 
 
Half Yearly Report 2023 
 
UNAUDITED ACCOUNTS 
 
Income Statement 
                    Six                        Six 
                    months to                  months to 
                    30                         30 
                    September                  September 
                                               2022 
                    2023 
                    Revenue  Capital  Total    Revenue    Capital  Total 
                    £'000    £'000    £'000    £'000    £'000      £'000 
 
Net loss on     -            (214)    (214)    -        (1,787)    (1,787) 
investments at 
fair value 
Income              95       -        95       61       -          61 
Investment          -        (17)     (17)     -        (22)       (22) 
management fees 
Other expenses      (76)     -        (76)     (72)     -          (72) 
Gain/(loss) before  19       (231)    (212)    (11)     (1,809)    (1,820) 
finance costs and 
taxation 
Finance costs       (17)     -        (17)     (9)      -          (9) 
Gain/(loss) on      2        (231)    (229)    (20)     (1,809)    (1,829) 
ordinary 
activities before 
taxation 
Taxation            -        -        -        -        -          - 
Gain/(loss)         2        (231)    (229)    (20)     (1,809)    (1,829) 
attributable to 
ordinary 
shareholders 
Gain/(loss) per     0.03p    (3.85)p  (3.82)p  (0.33)p  (30.18)p   (30.51)p 
Ordinary Share 
 
                                                      The Total column of 
                                                      this statement is the 
                                                      profit and loss 
                                                      account of the Fund. 
                                                      All revenue and 
                                                      capital items are 
                                                      derived from 
                                                      continuing 
                                                      operations.  No 
                                                      operations were 
                                                      acquired or 
                                                      discontinued in the 
                                                      year.  A Statement of 
                                                      Comprehensive Income 
                                                      is not required as all 
                                                      gains and losses of 
                                                      the Fund have been 
                                                      reflected in the above 
                                                      statement. 
                       Year 
                       ended 31 
                       March 
                       2023 
 
                       (audited) 
                       Revenue  Capital   Total 
                       £'000    £'000     £'000 
 
Net loss on            -        (1,065)   (1,065) 
investments at fair 
value 
Income                 104      -         104 
Investment management  -        (42)      (42) 
fees 
Other expenses         (143)    -         (143) 
Loss before finance    (39)     (1,107)   (1,146) 
costs and taxation 
Finance costs          (22)     -         (22) 
Loss on ordinary       (61)     (1,107)   (1,168) 
activities before 
taxation 
Taxation               -        -         - 
Loss attributable to   (61)     (1,107)   (1,168) 
ordinary shareholders 
Loss per Ordinary      (1.02)p  (18.46)p  (19.48)p 
Share 
 
SVM UK EMERGING FUND plc 
 
Half Yearly Report 2023 
 
UNAUDITED ACCOUNTS 
 
Balance Sheet 
                         As at         As at      As at 
 
                         30 September  31 March   30 September 
 
                         2023          2023       2022 
 
                         (unaudited)   (audited)  (unaudited) 
                         £'000         £'000      £'000 
Fixed Assets 
Investments at fair      4,836         4,882      4,318 
value through profit or 
loss 
 
Total current assets     979           1,272      1,264 
Creditors:  amounts           (467)    (577)      (666) 
falling due within one 
year 
Net current assets       512           695        598 
 
Total assets less        5,348         5,577      4,916 
current liabilities 
 
Capital and Reserves     5,348         5,577      4,916 
Equity shareholders'     5,348         5,577      4,916 
funds 
 
Net asset value per      89.21p        93.03p     82.00p 
Ordinary Share 
 
SVM UK EMERGING FUND plc 
 
Half Yearly Report 2023 
 
UNAUDITED ACCOUNTS 
 
Statement of 
Changes 
in Equity 
For the 
period to 30 
September 
2023 
              Share    Share    Special  Capital     Capital  Revenue  Total 
                                reserve              reserve  reserve 
              capital  premium           redemption 
 
                                         reserve 
              £'000    £'000    £'000    £'000       £'000    £'000    £'000 
As at 1       300      314      5,136    27          394               5,577 
April 2023                                                    (594) 
Loss          -        -        -        -           (231)    2        (229) 
attributable 
to 
shareholders 
As at 30      300      314      5,136    27          163      (592)    5,348 
September 
2023 
For the year 
to 31 
March 2023 
              Share    Share    Special  Capital     Capital  Revenue  Total 
                                reserve              reserve  reserve 
              capital  premium           redemption 
 
                                         reserve 
              £'000    £'000    £'000    £'000       £'000    £'000    £'000 
 
As at 1       300      314      5,136    27          1,501    (533)    6,745 
April 2022 
Loss          -        -        -        -           (1,107)  (61)     (1,168) 
attributable 
to 
shareholders 
As at 31      300      314      5,136    27          394      (594)    5,577 
March 2023 
For the 
period to 30 
September 
2022 
              Share    Share    Special  Capital     Capital  Revenue  Total 
                                reserve              reserve  reserve 
              capital  premium           redemption 
 
                                         reserve 
              £'000    £'000    £'000    £'000       £'000    £'000    £'000 
 
As at 1       300      314      5,136    27          1,501             6,745 
April 2022                                                    (533) 
Gain/(loss)   -        -        -        -           (1,809)  (20)     (1,829) 
attributable 
to 
shareholders 
As at 30      300      314      5,136    27          (308)    (553)    4,916 
September 
2022 
 
SVM UK EMERGING FUND plc 
 
Half Yearly Report 2023 
 
UNAUDITED ACCOUNTS 
 
Investment 
Portfolio 
as at 30 
September 
2023 
Stock                 Market    % of      Sector analysis as  % of 
                      Exposure  Net       at 30 September     Gross 
                      2022      Assets    2023                Exposure 
 
                      £000                Sector 
1   4Imprint Group    364       6.8       Industrials         27.1 
2   Alpha FX Group    214       4.0       Consumer            24.7 
                                          Discretionary 
3   Unite Group       181       3.4       Financials          12.3 
4   Beazley Group     173       3.2       Information         11.9 
                                          Technology 
5   Rentokil Initial  170       3.2       Communication       10.5 
                                          Services 
6   Howden Joinery    162       3.0       Real Estate         5.4 
    Group 
7   Whitbread*        157       2.9       Consumer Staples    3.3 
8   Ashtead Group     156       2.9       Materials           3.0 
9   Games Workshop    153       2.9       Healthcare          1.8 
    Group 
10  JD Sports         141       2.6       Total               100.0 
    Fashion* 
Ten largest           1,871     34.9 
investments 
11  Experian          135       2.6 
12  Flutter           133       2.5 
    Entertainment* 
13  Jet2              123       2.3 
14  Keystone Law      123       2.3 
    Group 
15  JTC               119       2.2 
16  CRH               112       2.1 
17  Intercontinental  112       2.1 
    Hotels Group 
18  Oxford            109       2.0 
    Instruments 
19  Compass Group     108       2.0 
20  Serco Group       107       2.0 
Twenty                3,052     57.0 
largest 
investments 
21  Computacenter     105       2.0 
22  Hilton Food       105       2.0 
    Group 
23  Watches of        99        1.9 
    Switzerland 
    Group* 
24  Kainos Group      99        1.9 
25  Kooth             98        1.8 
26  XP Power          94        1.8 
27  Renew             91        1.7 
28  FDM Group         86        1.6       *Includes Contract 
    Holdings                              for Difference 
                                          ("CFDs") 
 
                                          Market exposure for 
                                          equity investments 
                                          held is the same as 
                                          fair value and for 
                                          CFDs held is the 
                                          market value of the 
                                          underlying shares 
                                          to which the 
                                          portfolio is 
                                          exposed via the 
                                          contract.  The 
                                          investment 
                                          portfolio is 
                                          grossed up to 
                                          include CFDs and 
                                          the net CFD 
                                          position is then 
                                          deducted in 
                                          arriving at the net 
                                          asset total. 
29  Informa           82        1.5 
30  Auto Trader       81        1.5 
    Group 
Thirty                3,992     74.7 
largest 
investments 
Other                 1,542     28.8 
investments 
(30 
holdings) 
Total                 5,534     103.5 
investments 
CFD                   (721)     (13.5) 
positions 
CFD                   23        0.4 
unrealised 
gains 
Net current           512       9.6 
assets 
Net assets            5,348     100.0 
 
SVM UK EMERGING FUND plc 
 
   Half Yearly Report 2023 
 
UNAUDITED ACCOUNTS 
 
Risks and Uncertainties 
 
The major risks inherent within the Fund are market risk, liquidity risk, credit 
risk and interest rate risk. It has an established environment for the 
management of these risks which are continually monitored by the Manager. 
Appropriate guidelines for the management of its financial instruments and 
gearing have been established by the Board of Directors. It has no foreign 
currency assets and therefore does not use currency hedging.  It does not use 
derivatives within the portfolio with the exception of CFDs.  An explanation of 
these risks and how they are mitigated is explained in the 2023 Annual Report, 
which is available on the Manager's website: www.svmonline.co.uk.  These 
principal risks and uncertainties have not changed from those disclosed in the 
2023 Annual Report. 
 
Going Concern 
 
The Board, having made appropriate enquiries has a reasonable expectation that 
the Fund has adequate resources and sufficient liquidity to continue in 
operational existence for the foreseeable future, a period of not less than 12 
months from the date of this report. This conclusion takes in to account the 
Directors' assessment of the continuing risks and impacts from the COVID-19 
pandemic, the geopolitical risks relating to the conflict between Russia and 
Ukraine, the conflict in the Middle East, and economic factors that are 
influencing the current market volatility, such as inflation, interest rates and 
supply chains. Accordingly, it continues to adopt the going concern basis in 
preparing the financial statements. 
 
Notes 
 
1.The Financial Statements have been prepared on a going concern basis in 
accordance with FRS 102 "Financial Reporting Standard applicable in the UK and 
Republic of Ireland", FRS 104 "Interim Financial Reporting" and under the 
Association of Investment Companies Statement of Recommended Practice "Financial 
Statements of Investment Trust Companies and Venture Capital Trusts" ("SORP") 
issued in April 2021.  The Company is exempt from presenting a Cash Flow 
Statement as a Statement of Changes in Equity is presented and substantially all 
of the Company's investments are liquid and are carried at market value. These 
financial statements have been prepared in accordance with the accounting 
policies used for the financial year ended 31 March 2023. 
 
2.During the period no shares were bought back (2022: no shares were bought back 
during the period). 
 
The number of shares in issue at 30 September 2023 was 6,005,000 (2022: 
6,005,000). 
 
Returns per share are based on a weighted average of 5,995,000 (2022: 
5,995,000) ordinary shares, being the number of shares in issue during the 
periodexcluding the 10,000 shares held in Treasury. 
 
Total return per share is based on the total loss for the period of £229,000 
(2022:  loss of £1,829,000). Capital return per share is based on the capital 
loss for the period of £231,000 (2022:  loss of £1,809,000). Revenue return per 
share is based on the revenue gain after taxation for the period of £2,000 
(2022:  loss of £20,000). 
 
SVM UK EMERGING FUND plc 
 
   Half Yearly Report 2023 
 
UNAUDITED ACCOUNTS 
 
3.All investments are held at fair value.  At 30 September 2023 no unlisted 
investments were held with value attributed (31 March 2023: same; 30 September 
2022: same). 
 
Investments have been classified using the fair value hierarchy: 
 
+------------------+---------------+-------------+------+--------------------+ 
|                  |   September 2023            |March 2023                 | 
|                  |                             |                           | 
|                  |      £000               £000|     £000              £000| 
+------------------+---------------+-------------+------+--------------------+ 
|Classification of |Assets         |Liabilities  |Assets|Liabilities         | 
|financial         |               |             |      |                    | 
|instruments       |               |             |      |                    | 
+------------------+---------------+-------------+------+--------------------+ 
|Level 1           |4,813          |-            |4,860 |-                   | 
+------------------+---------------+-------------+------+--------------------+ 
|Level 2           |             23|418          |22    |507                 | 
+------------------+---------------+-------------+------+--------------------+ 
|Level 3 - 2       |-              |-            |-     |-                   | 
|investments (March|               |             |      |                    | 
|2022:  3)         |               |             |      |                    | 
+------------------+---------------+-------------+------+--------------------+ 
 
Level 1 reflects financial instruments quoted in an active market. 
 
Level 2 reflects financial instruments whose fair value is evidenced by 
comparison with other observable current market transactions in the same 
instrument or based on a valuation technique whose variables include only data 
from observable markets.  The CFD positions are the sole Level 2 investments at 
30 September 2023 and 31 March 2023. 
 
Level 3 reflects financial instruments whose fair value is determined in whole 
or in part using a valuation technique based on assumptions that are not 
supported by prices from observable market transactions in the same instrument 
and not based on available observable market data. 
 
4.The Board has granted the Manager a limited authority to invest in CFDs to 
achieve some degree of gearing and/or hedging without incurring the gross cost 
of the investment. The Board requires the Manager to operate within certain risk 
limits, as detailed in the Annual Report. The following table details the CFD 
positions: 
 
Number of CFD holdings at 30 September 2023: 8 (31 March 2023: 9) 
 
+-----------------+--------------+----------+ 
|CFD positions    |September 2023|March 2023| 
+-----------------+--------------+----------+ 
|                 |£000          |£000      | 
+-----------------+--------------+----------+ 
|Gross exposure   |721           |892       | 
+-----------------+--------------+----------+ 
|Net exposure     |721           |892       | 
+-----------------+--------------+----------+ 
|Unrealised gains |23            |22        | 
+-----------------+--------------+----------+ 
|Unrealised losses|418           |507       | 
+-----------------+--------------+----------+ 
 
The gearing ratio is 9.0% at 30 September 2023 (31 March 2023: 9.3%).  The 
gearing ratio indicates the extra amount by which the shareholders' funds would 
change if total assets (including CFDs' position exposure and netting off cash 
and cash equivalents) were to rise or fall.  A figure of zero per cent means 
that the Company has a nil geared position. 
 
5.SVM Asset Management Limited provides investment management and secretarial 
services to the Fund.  The Manager is entitled to a fee for these services, 
payable quarterly in arrears, equivalent to 0.75% per annum of the total assets 
of the Fund, less current liabilities.  The Manager has elected to waive the 
investment management fee from 1 September 2023 until further notice. 
 
SVM UK EMERGING FUND plc 
 
   Half Yearly Report 2023 
 
UNAUDITED ACCOUNTS 
 
6.The above figures do not constitute full or statutory accounts in terms of 
Sections 434 and 435 of the Companies Act 2006. All information shown for the 
six months to 30 September 2023 is unaudited. The accounts for the year to 31 
March 2023, on which the auditors issued an unqualified report, have been lodged 
with the Registrar of Companies and did not contain a statement required under 
Section 498 of the Companies Act 2006. 
 
For further information, please contact: 
 
Colin McLeanSVM Asset Management 
 
Sally Moore Four Communications 
 
SVM UK EMERGING FUND plc 
 
Half Yearly Report 2023 
 
CORPORATE INFORMATION 
 
Directors 
 
Peter Dicks (Chairman) 
 
Ian Gray 
 
Jeremy Harris 
 
Investment Manager, Secretary and 
 
Registered Office 
 
SVM Asset Management Limited 
 
6th Floor 
 
7 Castle Street 
 
Edinburgh EH2 3AH 
 
Telephone:  +44 (0) 0131 226 6699 
 
Facsimile:  +44 (0) 131 226 7799 
 
Email:  info@svmonline.co.uk 
 
Web:  www.svmonline.co.uk 
 
Registrars 
 
Computershare Investor Services plc 
 
Edinburgh House 
 
4 North St Andrew Street 
 
Edinburgh EH2 1HU 
 
Telephone:  +44 (0) 370 702 0003 
 
Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority 
 
Auditor 
 
Johnston Carmichael LLP 
 
7-11 Melville Street 
 
Edinburgh 
 
EH3 7PE 
 
Custodians 
 
State Street Bank & Trust Company 
 
Registered Office: 
 
20 Churchill Place 
 
Canary Wharf 
 
London EH14 5HJ 
 
Correspondence Address: 
 
Quartermile 3 
 
10 Nightingale Way 
 
Edinburgh EH3 9EG 
 
Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and a member of the 
Investment Association 
 
Registered Number 
 
SC211841 
 
Company Website 
 
www.svmonline.co.uk 
 
© SVM Asset Management Limited 2023 
 
 
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